We do not advise you to go for a walk in the Old City on a full stomach!
Baku is a real paradise for a gourmet, where you need to try as many national dishes as possible.
Of course, you may start your acquaintance with Azerbaijani cuisine is in colorful cafes with an authentic atmosphere and homemade food. Pilaf, hot cakes, wine and, of course, tea - you will fall in love with these simple but tasty dishes and drinks.
However, acquaintance will be incomplete without visiting Baku markets, or our people say, bazaars. Our guides will help you not to get lost in these real oriental bazaars, taste interesting goods and buy what you like. We will go to the store of Sheki sweets, made from rice flour, sugar, kernel kernels, butter and egg whites. We will visit Yashyl Bazaar, which is also called the Green Market. By the way, the locals come here not only for vegetables, fruits and unique Baku spices, such as sumac, zirinj, dried dogwood, but also just for communication! And, of course, you cannot get past the Theze Bazaar, where you can treat yourself to the famous black caviar and smoked Caspian sturgeon.